Tokyo Disney parks to reopen July 1 after four-months closure amid coronavirus

Hey, everyone! Mickey is back in town! Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea will reopen its door on July 1 after being closed for around four months due to the coronavirus pandemic, the operator said.


The theme parks have been closed since late February. If you cannot wait to meet Mickey and Minnie, do not miss out the online pre-selling tickets will be available from Thursday 3pm jpt (June 25). All guests must book the tickets with a designated entering date.

Due to crowd control measures, guests with annual passports, 2-4 days passports, and open tickets are temporary not allowed to be entering the parks. Annual passport holders might choose to extend the membership or to refund.

Guests are required to keep social distance, wear face mask and have their temperature checked before entering the parks. This move comes after Japan lifted domestics business and travel restrictions that had been imposed to curb the spread of coronavirus.



Opening date: July 1, 2020 onwards

Opening time: 8 a.m. ~ 8 p.m.

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